Teen with autism inspires a movement: robotics teams for everyone | The Seattle Times

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Opening Up the Possibilities for Young People with Autism:

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Courtesy of Little Explorers Club

Courtesy of Little Explorers Club

          This is an inspiring story from Seattle of what can be done when you move outside the boxes we construct for children in our society. Combine the Seattle story with the growing number of opportunities for young people with autism in the high tech sector and we can only hope this is a strong movement in the making. The images on this post are from the Little Explorers Club and Iris Grace Painting, wonderful approaches to children with autism in the UK.

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“Teams from several Seattle-area schools will compete in a tournament that marks the end of the first season of Special Olympics Unified Robotics, which puts students with special needs to work alongside typically developing classmates as they build robots.”

Source: Teen with autism inspires a movement: robotics teams for everyone | The Seattle Times

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of Iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of iris Grace Painting

Courtesy of iris Grace Painting

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